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The Truth Behind Iris

The Truth Behind Iris

Dalal Azzam, Editor-In-Chief

December 6, 2017


Filed under NEWS, SHOWCASE, STUDENT LIFE

If you are not aware, recently, a software virus has been identified. The virus, Iris, impacted the Powerschool and student email accounts of underclassment. Students were advised to protect personal information and to monitor their accounts for any suspicious activity. The virus, however, is a ho...

A typical day at FNF

A typical day at FNF

Kohl Abrams, Staff Writer

December 5, 2017


Filed under STUDENT LIFE

Ever wonder what goes on during a normal day in the Falcon News feed… well wonder no more. Here on some things that you can hear on the daily.   “Bhargav is really going to town right now” “Is Angelica here today??” “Biscuit or minis?” “Do you have 280 characters?” “Wo...

25 Songs of Christmas Playlist

25 Songs of Christmas Playlist

Erin McIndoe, Staff Writer

December 1, 2017


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, MEDIA, Music, SHOWCASE, STUDENT LIFE

Here are 25 songs for everyday of December leading up to Christmas,  to get you in the mood for the Holidays season. Holiday music is the perfect thing to get you in the holiday spirit.  This playlist has a little bit of everything, from Frank Sinatra to Dean Martin and even new vibes from Pentato...

Sinopsis; La película Coco

Sinopsis; La película <i>Coco</i>

Antonia Meneses Gomez, Staff Writer

November 30, 2017


Filed under Movies, STUDENT LIFE

Coco es una película sobre El Día de Los Muertos. Miguel, el protagonista, es un niño cuyo sueño es convertirse en un músico. La familia Rivera le prohíbe a Miguel escuchar música porque su tatarabuelo era un guitarrista que olvidó a su familia por la fama y música. Dante, su fiel amigo canino,...

Holiday Traffic Survival Guide

Holiday Traffic Survival Guide

Erin McIndoe, Staff Writer

November 29, 2017


Filed under SHOWCASE, STUDENT LIFE

The holiday season is in full swing and people are leaving town more than ever. Many people drive to go see their families during their break from school and the only thing that can ruin that trip is traffic. We all know that feeling when we feel we are making good time and may actually get to t...

A Leap of Faith

A Leap of Faith

Sophie Hall, Staff Writer

November 29, 2017


Filed under STUDENT LIFE

It’s the last few minutes of fourth period and I wait with anticipation for the bell to ring. With fifty more seconds left, I pack my bag. Twenty more seconds left, I put my backpack on. Ten more seconds left, I sneakily scoot to the edge of my seat. BEEEEEP! The race begins. I shoot up from...

Views from the Third

Views from the Third

Zara Khan, Staff Writer

November 28, 2017


Filed under SHOWCASE, STUDENT LIFE

After four years at Green Hope High, the school walls that seemed so crisp and white as a freshman finally faded to a depressing gray tone. One day, I suddenly felt as if nothing felt new anymore. My life had become a monotonous black hole of the same view every single day. The hallway walls were pla...

Let’s Build

Let’s Build

Peyton Barish, Sports Editor

November 28, 2017


Filed under OPINION, SHOWCASE, SPORTS, STUDENT LIFE

Saturday still doesn’t feel real. I still don’t believe that the three years of hard work we put in really did pay-off in the end.  The Nike Southeast Regional was the race we had been training for since sophomore year, and it was finally here.  We had tested ourselves against the best teams in the c...

Club Feature: Brown Bag of Hope

Club Feature: Brown Bag of Hope

Erin McIndoe, Staff Writer

November 27, 2017


Filed under Club News, STUDENT LIFE

Brown Bag of Hope is a new club at our school this year with the mission to provide meals for those in need.  The club was started by junior Maddy Clarke who was inspired to start the club after volunteering at the Brown Bag Ministry in NC- a volunteer organization that packs food for those in need. Ma...

A Green Hope Thanksgiving

A Green Hope Thanksgiving

Lily Redick, Staff Writer

November 17, 2017


Filed under STUDENT LIFE

At Green Hope, we get three days off of school for Thanksgiving break. During that time, many students go out of town to visit family and friends and look forward to spending quality time with loved ones, a break from school, and the food. Aidan Callahan says “My favorite food at Thanksgiving is my gran...

Annual Mistletoe Market returns November 18th

Annual Mistletoe Market returns November 18th

Angelica Edwards, Student Life Section Editor

November 15, 2017


Filed under SHOWCASE, STUDENT LIFE

The Green Hope Mistletoe Market is an annual craft fair that features local vendors and Green Hope visual and performing arts.  This year, the market will include performances from the Green Hope High orchestra, band chamber ensembles, as well as Drama students en-action of Charles Dickens, A Christmas Car...

Are You Ready for It? Taylor Swift’s Reputation to be Released at Midnight

Are You Ready for It? Taylor Swift’s Reputation to be Released at Midnight

Coral Aman, Staff Writer

November 9, 2017


Filed under Music, SHOWCASE, STUDENT LIFE

This Friday, Taylor Swift will drop her sixth album, Reputation, the first album she’s produced since 1989 in 2014. Reputation is unlike anything Taylor has ever done before. The lyrics are mysterious and dark, and the singer has experienced with new sounds, including heavier beats. The album features...

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